Toilet Seat Guide

  1. Getting Started

  2. Bowl Shapes

  3. Features

  4. Other Considerations

  • Other Considerations

    In addition to functionality, there are a few style considerations to take into account as well. With multiple color options and matching fixture collections, you can coordinate your seat with your toilet, and your toilet with the overall color palette.

  • Color


    Creating the look and feel of your bathroom includes choosing the color of your toilet seat and toilet-the choice you make helps inform the tone of the room. There’s no wrong answer. It’s simply a matter of choosing the color that helps create the mood you’re after. KOHLER seats come in ten rich colors which are a perfect match for KOHLER toilets.

  • Materials


    Plastic Toilet Seats

    • Strong, durable injection-molded plastic
    • Stain-resistant
    • Eliminates chipping and peeling
    • Easy to wipe clean
    • Color molded throughout

    Molded Wood Toilet Seats

    • Heavier than plastic
    • Painted surface
  • Compatability


    As a general rule, match elongated seats to elongated toilets and round-front seats to round-front toilets. However, before you make your final choice, you will want to be certain that your toilet seat is compatible with your toilet in terms of size, style and color.

  • Updating Your Toilet?

    Updating Your Toilet?

    If you’re replacing your toilet seat, it may be time to update your toilet to a more water efficient model. Like seats, toilets are available with a wide range of water-saving, shape, style and color options. Advanced features such as automatic flushing and personalized cleansing deliver added comfort and convenience. 

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